Publish date:

September 2, 1991 Table Of Contents

Author:
711046 - TOC Cover Image

Buy the Cover

Browse the Magazine

Yesterday

Ruth? Maris? Aaron? What about Bauman?

In U.S. professional baseball the king of home run kings is Joe Bauman, who blasted 72 in 1954

By Leo W. Banks

World Championships

The Great Race

Carl Lewis shattered the world record in the best 100-meter dash ever run

By Kenny Moore

NFL Preview 1991

Lean, Mean Sack Machine

A dedicated Bruce Smith establishes a blistering pace for the Buffalo Bills in their drive to another Super Bowl

By Rick Telander

BATTLE OF THE BULGE

Even in a big man's game, extra pounds can weigh heavily on a player's career

By Peter King

IT'S A FULL-TIME JOB

By Peter King

THE BIG OLD DAYS

By Peter King

THE WORD FROM THE KITCHEN

By Nate Newton/Dallas Cowboys Tackle

A GAME OF HOT AND COLD

And a wet and icy one, too. NFL players—and fans—take whatever Mother Nature can dish out

SPECIAL EFFECTS

By Jill Lieber

THE POET

Cardinals hit man Ron Wolfley deals with the violence of his job by describing it in verse

THE SCHOLAR

Good study habits made Reyna Thompson of the Giants a big-play man on punt coverage

THE CHOIRBOY

There was the devil to pay when the angelic Steve Tasker landed on the Bills' special teams

SCOUTING REPORTS

By Paul Zimmerman

AFC EAST

By Paul Zimmerman

AFC CENTRAL

By Paul Zimmerman

AFC WEST

By Paul Zimmerman

THE NO FUN LEAGUE

End zone entertainers get the trapdoor fro fuddy-duddy rule makers

By Curry Kirkpatrick

NFC EAST

By Paul Zimmerman

NFC CENTRAL

By Paul Zimmerman

NFC WEST

By Paul Zimmerman

THE NFL

By Peter King

IT HELPS TO HAVE A PLAN

By Peter King

SCREEN GEM

For offensive guru Sid Gillman, the secrets of football are in the highlights

By Paul Zimmerman

Inside

Baseball

By Tim Kurkjian

Focus

Clouds over Calumet Farm

The Bluegrass breeding ground of nine Kentucky Derby winners is struggling to stay alive

By William F. Reed

For The Record

Top dollar Dan...another perfect outing for Martinez...a Rowdy recovery

Edited by Michael Jaffe

Faces in the Crowd

Point After

A Sure Bet to Lower Debt

The U.S. could make billions by legalizing—and taxing—sports gambling

By William Oscar Johnson

Departments

FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Mark Mulvoy

Letters

SCORECARD

Edited by Richard Demak